‘The problem is toxic business leeching off taxpayers’ – Jan Kuciak’s editor
The editor of the news portal for which murdered
A personal appeal
A heartfelt appeal made by Rosa Borg is being
MEPs start visit in Slovakia and Malta to investigate rule of law
Members of the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee have
It’s not freedom when you have no choice
Public land does not stop being public just because
Losing Joseph Muscat’s religion
There’s a joke by Emo Philips that goes “I
EU concern on Russian clients for Malta’s golden passports
EU Justice Commissioner Věra Jourová is “especially alarmed” with
Police use tear gas against anti-corruption protestors in Romania 
Romanian riot police used tear gas and water cannons
Why do the Maltese vote for corrupt politicians?
The Lovin Malta poll published this week provides striking
Anti-corruption NGOs call on AG to publish the Egrant inquiry
Maltese and French anti-corruption organisations Il-Kenniesa and Sherpa called
Reclaiming our democracy
“The era of liberal democracy is over,” Hungary’s Prime
13 Council of Europe members expelled in Azerbaijani bribery scandal
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe expelled
When the positive turns negative: The PN’s mission to please Labour
The Nationalist Party’s new leadership is silent on Malta’s
Methodology of undermining the Fourth Estate 
As long as the Fourth Estate is seen as
Wealthier politicians, friendlier patrons?
In another EU state, even a whiff of hidden
Żażu’s challange stretches beyond the football pitch
The appointment of Ray ‘Żażu’ Farrugia as coach of
Daphne Caruana Galizia murder and corruption singled out in US State Department human rights report
The most significant human rights issues in Malta in
Mayday! Mayday! 
Thousands answered Prime Minister Joseph Muscat’s call to reply
The fierce urgency of now
Some 150 artists have signed a petition calling for
Schadenfreude has expired
The German language has a wonderful word to describe
Lessons from fascism in Russia
A lot has already been written about people believing
No, Malta is not a normal country
In case you have not noticed, or you have
Government attacks Archbishop for sharing The Shift News article
Labour MP Glenn Bedingfield launched an attack on Twitter
Simon Busuttil: Pilatus Bank’s owner arrest ‘gives new hope’
The arrest of Pilatus Bank owner Seyed Ali Sadr
Murder ‘a consequence of verbal attacks on journalists by State representatives’
Journalists said they were deeply concerned about the cold
Investigative journalist shot dead in his home
An investigative journalist working on tax fraud, Jan Kuciak,
No real change in Transparency International’s corruption ranking for Malta since last year
Malta gained one place in Transparency International’s global ranking
Capitalism, corruption and criminality
Joseph Muscat’s government has now been in power for
United for the wrong reasons
Principles do not exist in Maltese politics. When faced
Daphne Caruana Galizia is La Repubblica’s Person of the Year
Italian daily La Repubblica has named slain journalist Daphne
Trust in Malta police tackling corruption falls by 6 points
The percentage of Maltese who believe that the police

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